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Menstruation and menopause; the physiology and psychology, the myth and the reality

By: Weideger, Paula
Material type: TextTextNY Knopf 1980Description: xii, 273p.; illus.; appendix; bibliog. notes; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-394-49647-7Subject(s): Women--Psychology | Puberty | Menstruation | Adolescent Psychology | Menopause--Psychological Aspects | Midlife--Psychological Aspects
Contents:
1 Veils and variability. 2 The menstrual cycle from menarche through menopause. 3 "Complaints," causes and cures. 4 Taboo. 5 The sexual cycle. 6 Witch doctors. 7 Congratulations, today you are a woman. 8 Woman in the moon. 9 Unveiled and invisible. 10 Changes. Appendix: The questionnaire
Abstract: '...separates the realities from the myths and taboos of the centuries and reveals their hidden effects on the life, sexuality, and self-image of women and men....a large and continually fascinating investigation of everything connected with, and implicit in, the linked experiences of menstruation and menopause.'
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1 Veils and variability. 2 The menstrual cycle from menarche through menopause. 3 "Complaints," causes and cures. 4 Taboo. 5 The sexual cycle. 6 Witch doctors. 7 Congratulations, today you are a woman. 8 Woman in the moon. 9 Unveiled and invisible. 10 Changes. Appendix: The questionnaire

'...separates the realities from the myths and taboos of the centuries and reveals their hidden effects on the life, sexuality, and self-image of women and men....a large and continually fascinating investigation of everything connected with, and implicit in, the linked experiences of menstruation and menopause.'

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